AP Elite Under 17
2019 Monte Pope– A point Guard that played with energy and that didn’t back down from any
competition. Showed the ability to hunt the paint consistently. A willing passer that made good
decisions with the basketball.
2019 Deante Mobley– Lefty Guard that played well under pressure, has really good court vision.
Displayed good ball handling skills when the opposing team attempted to trap him. Smart heady guard
that played solid overall.
6’7 2019 Rajuan Conner is a prospect that college coaches need to keep tabs on. He is a physical post
that can finish around the basketball. Has good footwork in the paint, which allows him to get scoring
opportunities. He runs well in transition, which makes him valuable asset.
5’11 2019 Brayden Dixon– Strong physical guard that drove to the basket at will. He used his strong
frame to his advantage. At only 5’11, he rebounded with taller players, he is not afraid to battle! I am
expecting him to have a solid senior year. Coaches keep tabs on this kid.
6’3 2019 Christian Peters– Athletic Slashing Guard that can score in traffic.
6’4 2018 Erick Alvey– His offensive games speaks for itself… He can score in a variety of ways. He has the
ability to play above the rim. He is good slasher that can finish around the basket. He competes on the
defensive end of the floor as well. Definitely a D2/LM prospect.
6’5 2018 Vincent Brown- His best basketball is ahead of him. He is a wing that needs a year to get
stronger. However, he has a college skill set for a D2/NAIA program that needs a wing. He is an
intriguing prospect that has a tremendous upside. Just turned 17…
High Point Havoc
2018 Jordan Robeson– He displayed an uncanny ability to shoot the 3pt shot, he shot the ball with
confidence while having a smile on his face. He does a really good job with using the shot fake, and step
back to gain separation on the defense to get his shot off. He is a confident shooter that has a good
handle to assist with his deadly jumper. Was solid on defense. He is D2 prospect, definitely a sleeper….
Mid State Magic Sports
2019 Trey Cousin– Strong Guard that is playing well after suffering a torn ACL last summer. Physical
Guard that does all the little things. He showed everyone that he can still shoot the ball consistently
from the perimeter, he attacks the basket with aggression. He is a coaches’ son, who knows the game
and plays with a good feel. He is definitely a Guard for D1’s to keep on their radar.
Synergy Elite Wamsley
2020 Jonathan Moore Jr– Is an athletic guard coaches should keep on their radar.
6’6 2018 Taeron Hogg– Athletic that competes on both ends of the floor
6’3 2018 Macnasa Hughes– He is undersized stretch 4 that showed the ability to shoot the ball from the
perimeter. He played well on the defensive end.
6’2 2020 Jake Ledbetter– He can score on three levels. He has NBA range….Very creative and getting
separation to get his shot off. He has the edge and mental toughness to play at the Division 1 level.
Expect more offers this summer.